Restaurants We Love at Walt Disney World’s Moderate Resorts

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Walt Disney World is known for its amazing dining options that range from grab-and-go snacks to signature dining. With literally hundreds of dining options to choose, many guests love to indulge in wonderful meals throughout their vacations, including special times at full service restaurants that can create the perfect breakfast, lunch, or dinner. While many guests tend to head to the Disney Parks to enjoy dining, there are some amazing full service options also available at the various Disney Resorts. The Moderate Disney Resorts are no exception and they boast some popular and delicious full service options to enjoy on any trip. Here are the restaurants that guests love to eat at in Moderate Resorts in Walt Disney World.


NOTE: During Walt Disney World’s phased reopening, select restaurants are temporarily closed or have modified dining experiences. Please be sure to check the Walt Disney World website or your My Disney Experience App to ensure restaurant openings and modified experiences.

1.Boatwright’s Dining Hall – Disney’s Port Orleans Resort Riverside

Disney’s Port Orleans Resort Riverside brings the charm and romance of the south to life through beautiful buildings that are reminiscent of stately mansions and casual bayous. In the main buildings of the Moderate Resort, guests can find Boatwright’s Dining Hall, a full service restaurant that is open daily for dinner only. The menu at the restaurant focuses on American cuisine inspired by the flavors and cooking techniques found in Louisiana on the bayou and the décor is rustic with lovely views of the Sassagoula River. Some menu options available for dinner at Boatwright’s Dining Hall include Andouille Sausage-Cheese Dip, Mardi Gras Fritters, Nashville Hot Chicken, Deep South Shrimp and Grits, General Fulton’s Prime Rib, Boatwright’s Jambalaya, and Turbodog Barbecued Ribs.

2. Sebastian’s Bistro – Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort

Disney’s Caribbean Beach Resort celebrates the vibrant culture and colors and laid back, relaxed feel of the islands of Barbados, Jamaica, Martinique, Trinidad, and Aruba. Guests who visit the Moderate Resort can enjoy a full service dinner at the relatively new and popular Sebastian’s Bistro, which draws its name inspiration from the beloved character from The Little Mermaid. Sebastian’s Bistro serves up a delicious menu that focuses on a blend of Latin and Caribbean flavors, and guests can enjoy items such as Beef Empanadas, Jerk Chicken Wings, Caribbean Vegetable Curry, Fried Atlantic Cod, Coconut Shrimp and Grits, Grilled Skirt Steak, and Lobster Tail.


3. Three Bridges Bar & Grill – Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort aims to bring the culture and architecture of the Spanish, Mexican, and Southwest American cultures to life through vibrant and lush settings that are situated around Lago Dorado. In the middle of the lake, several bridges converge on Three Bridges Bar & Grill, a unique lounge that serves up Spanish-American cuisine and beverages with unforgettable views. Guests who stop by the eatery for dinner can enjoy menu items including Szechuan Peppercorn Wings, Warm Manchego and Oaxaca Cheese Dip, Crispy Chicken Biscuit Sliders, Braised Pork Tacos, and Three Bridges Signature Burger. With delicious bites, sips, and views, guests can’t go wrong with enjoying a meal at Three Bridges Bar & Grill.

4. Toldeo – Tapas, Steak, & Seafood – Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort

Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort has also seen great changes in the last few years with the addition of the gorgeous Gran Destino Tower which also included the addition of several new restaurants and lounges. Toledo – Tapas, Steak, & Seafood is situated at the very top of Gran Destino Tower and features a traditional tapas menu paired with beautiful views and décor inspired by surrealist art from the 1930s. Guests who stop by the restaurant for dinner can enjoy delicious eats such as Charred Octopus, Rioja-Braised Chorizo, Marinated Hangar Steak, Red Wine-Braised Chicken, Scallops, Black Grouper, and more.


5. Trail’s End Restaurant – Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground

The most unique of the Moderate Resorts in Walt Disney World is Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort which invites guests to bask in the beauty of nature and relax in campsites or charming cabins. Those spending time at the Disney Resort will enjoy a full service meal at Trail’s End Restaurant, where they can dine on American favorites for breakfast and dinner daily and brunch on the weekends. Featuring all-you-care-to-enjoy options for each meal, Trail’s End Restaurant features menu items such as Mickey Waffles, Pulled Pork Benedict, Breakfast Pizza, Cheese Grits, Hash Brown Potatoes, Fried Chicken, Baked Macaroni and Cheese, Creamy Tomato-Pesto Rigatoni, Seafood Newburg, Memphis-Rubbed Pork Spare Ribs, and more.

6. Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue – Disney’s Fort Wilderness Campground

Also found at Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort is an amazing full service dinner that is accompanied by an unforgettable show. The Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is an all-you-can-eat affair paired with a two hour performance by the Pioneer Hall Players who sing to guests, make them laugh, and even get them in on the action throughout the meal! While enjoying the show, guests can dig into family style food options including fried chicken, smoked BBQ pork ribs, green salad, baked beans, fresh-baked cornbread, strawberry shortcake, and unlimited soft drinks draft beer, wine, and sangria. With delicious food and hilarious entertainment, the Hoop-Dee-Doo Musical Revue is an amazing experience to enjoy!

About Caitlin Kane

Caitlin Kane first started visiting Walt Disney World when she was two years old, and despite spending most of that trip quarantined with the chicken pox she managed to fall in love with the place. Visiting WDW every year since, she especially loves learning all about the history and small details of the parks and eating/drinking her way through the Epcot International Food & Wine Festival each fall. When she's not in Disney, Caitlin lives in New York and spends her time counting down the days to her next trip.